We teach everyone struggling with mental health the skills they need to thrive
as people, employees, parents, educators, or health professionals.
There are many ways to treat ADHD. Many experts consider a combination of medication, behavioral therapies, and education to be most effective. That's why we bring the world’s leading ADHD, parenting, education, mental healthcare, and work engagement experts together, to teach a combined approach that works.
Whether you're a parent, educator, health professional, or employee, we will show you how to manage ADHD symptoms for yourself at work or help the kids you parent, teach, or treat with personalized action plans until they can be successfully independent.
We focus on using the most effective evidence-based ways of handling all aspects of ADHD management, work engagement, differently-abled child care, mental health, and education.
This way, you can rest assured you're getting the gold-standard treatment for both adults and kids with ADHD or other developmental conditions.
At Smart Course, we believe care should never be one-size-fits-all. We’ve rebuilt a care model that is integrated, evidence-based, and personalized. We’re here to help you, your family, your classroom, or your practice navigate the ups and downs and reach new milestones.
We use data to personalize your experience and ensure you can focus on the right things, make the right decisions, and get results as fast as possible.
We get started 5 times faster than typical providers — because the sooner we start, the better the outcomes.
Our expert advisors and clinicians have advanced training in child behavioral therapies, medications, and alternative treatments for ADHD, anxiety, depression, and all other common comorbidities.
By providing a solid education with adaptive technology that teaches everyone to support themselves and their communities, we strive to create a world of equal opportunity, altruism, and social mobility for all.
Williamson Family Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Special Education as well as the founder and former Director of the Center for Research on Learning at the University of Kansas.
A licensed marriage and family therapist in Marin and Napa counties and throughout California via secure teletherapy.
Dr. Wayland has a PhD in Cognitive Psychology and is a Certified RDI (Relationship Development Intervention) consultant, and a Special Needs Care Navigator. She has been deeply involved with disability support organizations including The Arc, the Parents Place of Maryland, the Special Education Citizens’ Advisory Committee in both Prince George’s County and in the State of Maryland.
Founder of PTS Coaching and Training. As a mental health counselor and a board-certified ADHD coach, she provides education, coaching, and support for parents, educators, and mental health professionals to help children with ADHD and executive function deficits find success.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), 30 years of experience offering individual, couple, and family therapy in nonprofit agencies and private practice. She specializes in LD/ED and ADHD issues in children and adults.
Founder of Make Social Learning Stick, co-owner of Communication Works, co-author of two popular children's books "Whole Body Listening Larry at Home" and "Whole Body Listening Larry at School", and is a collaborative trainer for Zones of Regulation. Her son Julian Sautter Savala is a current high-school student with ADHD.
Dr. Randy Kulman, Ph.D. is the founder of LearningWorks for Kids (http://learningworksforkids.com/), an educational technology company that specializes in using video games to teach executive-functioning and academic skills.
He conducts neuropsychological evaluations of children with executive functioning and attention difficulties at South County Child and Family Consultants. His passion is leveraging children’s play for learning. His latest project is LW4K LIVE, which is a live, online, small-group executive function tutoring program that uses games such as Minecraft, Roblox, and Pokemon to practice and improve executive functions in school settings, online learning platforms, and extended day programs.
Learning works for Kids is also providing independent self-directed classes and individualized executive functioning coaching, focusing on the use of technology to support and improve executive functioning skills.
Additionally, Dr. Kulman is the author of numerous essays and book chapters on the use of digital technologies for improving executive-functioning skills in children and in finding a balance in children's use of digital media with other forms a play, construct he refers to as a “Play Diet”.
His current research projects include the development of a parent and teacher scale for assessing executive-functioning skills in children and a large survey study examining how children with ADHD and Autism use popular video games and apps. He is an advisor and occasional writer for Psychology Today, ADDitude Magazine, Autism Parenting Magazine, and Commonsensemedia.org. He is the author of three books; Train Your Brain for Success: A Teenager’s Guide to Executive Functions, Playing Smarter in a Digital World, and the recently published, The Gaming Overload Workbook for Teens.
A licensed psychologist and Professor Emerita. She served as the founding director of Lesley’s Threshold Program, the first comprehensive university-based non-degree transition program for young adults with disabilities in the US, and has served on many national boards related to Learning Differences and ADHD.